|Manufacturer Part Number: MAX761CPA
|Manufacturer / Brand: Analog Devices Inc.
|Part of Description: SoC FPGA MAX761CPA
|Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: Lead free / RoHS Compliant
|Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen
|Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS
|Analog Devices Inc.
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|Input Voltage, Min
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The primary application of the MAX761CPA is to boost a lower input voltage to a higher regulated output voltage, making it useful in battery-powered devices or systems with varying input voltages.
Used in battery-powered devices where a stable and higher output voltage is required, such as in portable electronic gadgets, sensors, and low-power radios.
LCD Bias Supplies:
Commonly employed in applications where a higher voltage is needed to bias the liquid crystal displays (LCDs) in devices like handheld instruments or meters.
Utilized in photoflash charging circuits to provide the required voltage to charge capacitors used in camera flash units.
White LED Drivers:
Integrated into circuits driving white light-emitting diodes (LEDs) where a higher voltage is necessary to illuminate the LEDs in series.
Applied in devices with LCDs that require a backlight, where the MAX761CPA can boost a lower voltage to power the backlighting.
Low-Noise Voltage Sources:
Used to generate stable and low-noise voltage sources for analog circuits or sensors.
Power Supplies for Energy-Harvesting Systems:
Suitable for energy-harvesting systems where the input voltage from energy sources like solar cells or thermoelectric generators needs to be boosted for effective power conversion.
Integrated into portable instruments and devices that require a higher voltage for specific components or functions.
Applied in automotive electronics where a higher voltage is needed for certain subsystems or sensors.
Used in low-power RF transmitter circuits where a higher voltage is required for effective signal transmission.
Suitable for solar-powered devices that need a voltage boost for efficient energy utilization.